Klinkhoff’s October sale includes exceptional paintings by Emily Carr, Maurice Cullen, Sam Borenstein, Lilias Newton
Galerie Walter Klinkhoff is pleased to celebrate the fall season with a presentation of excellent acquisitions made recently. Most of these are freshly available for sale, with a couple, specifically the Clarence Gagnon and the Lilias Torrance Newton, already sold but included here to give them the exposure they richly deserve. At the risk of […]
Provenance: Private Collection, Phillipsburg, Quebec; by descent private collection Montreal Exhibited: Art Association of Montreal, Lilias Newton Solo Exhibition, October 27 – November 12, 1939. Highlight We are proud to present this truly outstanding painting “Le Guide Millette,” 1939 by Lilias Torrance Newton. This masterpiece is not only, in our opinion, among her finest works […]
Notes: Lucille Rodier Gagnon Inventory no. 67 Provenance: Dr. Earl Laurin, Westmount, Quebec; Watson Art Galleries, Montreal, Quebec; Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, Montreal, Quebec; Private collection, Westmount, Quebec. Exhibited: Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, “Clarence Gagnon Retrospective Exhibition”, September 1975, no. 2. Highlight In appreciation of the painterly virtues of “Après la tempête” it must be said that […]
Literature: The Art of Fred Ross, A Timeless Humanism by Tom Smart , published by Goose Lane Editions, 1993, illustrated on page 63. Highlight Fred Ross‘ ”The Yellow Dress” (reproduced in Tom Smart’s The Art of Fred Ross, A Timeless Humanism, 1993 on pg. 63) is a painting of significance by one of the Maritimes’ […]
Notes: Unsigned. Signed on the back by his widow, Florence Hutchison. Highlight F.W. Hutchison painting to be featured in Klinkhoff’s May 31 Exhibition & Sale of Important Canadian Art.